To get a hot meal on the trail, campers must either lug a propane stove and fuel canister or try their luck on the uneven heat of a campfire. Designers at BioLite in Brooklyn have created a new solution.
Parrot's second-gen recreational drone packs new hardware that makes for a smoother, more controlled piloting experience
Google may be a little late to the tablet party, but its Nexus 7 should make plenty of friends.
Burglary reports dropped after officers began taking patrol orders from computers.
Google now regards its developers conference as a launch pad for a shotgun spread of announcements, almost like a CES springing from a single company.
A judge granted Apple's request for an injunction blocking US sales of Samsung Galaxy Nexus smartphones made in collaboration with Google to challenge the iPhone.
American researchers took control of a flying drone by “hacking” into its GPS system – acting on a $1,000 (£640) dare from the US Department of Homeland Security (DHS). A University of Texas at Austin team used “spoofing” – a technique where the d
Modern technology may have resurrected the oldest sound recording in the world from an image in a German magazine from 1890. The recording is the muffled voice of the father of the gramophone, Emile Berliner he recites Friedrich Schiller's ballad ''D
Google glasses that overlay the Internet on daily lives should hit the market within two years -- technology the tech giant hopes will someday make fumbling with smartphones obsolete.
I thought that glasses with "augmented reality" would be hopelessly dorky and could never go mainstream—until I saw the technology in action.
Stion is the latest company to tout the technology. But with plummeting prices of commodity silicon panels, thin-film manufacturers need to be both more efficient and cheaper.
A supercamera that can take gigapixel pictures — that's 1,000 megapixels — has now been unveiled.
A research project shows how a revolutionary type of camera could be commercialized.
Scientists will gather from Bangalore to Texas on Saturday to honour British mathematician Alan Turing, a pioneer of the modern computer whose code-cracking is credited with shortening World War II.
Microsoft has released a SmartGlass software development kit (SDK) for Xbox developers, giving them tools and the green light to create applications for SmartGlass before the technology makes its debut later this year.
Students at MIT’s Humans and Automation Lab and researchers at Boeing Research & Technology, Boeing’s advanced, central R&D unit, are working to prove that a smart phone can be used to quickly and safely fly miniature unmanned aircraft.
Samsung rightfully enjoys pointing out that it ships more Android smartphones than anyone else.
How innovation goes viral
A new camera system is adding a whole new level of analytics to basketball. We talk to insiders using it.
The ability to read other people is largely perceived to be intuitive--some people just have a talent for “seeing” what other people are thinking or feeling.
Tony Nicklinson can only communicate with his eyes, but on Wednesday the paralyzed man connected with the rest of the world through Twitter.
Tired of losing ground to the iPad, Microsoft is poised to serve up its own entry in the suddenly booming tablet market.
Darrin McBreen talks to rosalind peterson of california sky watch about the deadly consequences of the government using military unmanned drones here in america.
A new helicopter engine design that's both safe and simple
This week, Apple delivered the highly anticipated MacBook Pro with Retina Display — and the tech world is buzzing. I took one apart yesterday because I run iFixit, a team responsible for high-resolution teardowns of new products and DIY repair guides
Kept under wraps at a storage unit in Rochester, New York, are two military spy telescopes so advanced that NASA is studying the hardware.
Slicing a morning danish pastry can be a sticky, gloopy affair, sugary icing glomming onto the knife and plate, and currants falling everywhere. This machine cuts it with water!
If it wasn’t obvious before, it’s crystal clear today. The dedicated portable GPS device is dead, with Apple and Google playing pallbearer to Garmin, Magellan and TomTom.
When it arrives on handsets and tablets this fall, iOS 6 won’t just be a simple operating system update — it will be Apple’s interpretation of exactly how a modern mobile OS should perform.
A Drexel University professor patented a side mirror that totally eliminates the "blind spots" on each side when you're driving.